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  • Wild Goose Studio - Cead Mile Failte
  • Wild Goose Studio - Cead Mile Failte

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Wild Goose Studio - Cead Mile Failte

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Bronze wall plaque with a resin interior. 
Cead Mile Failte

Cead Mile Failte, the traditional Irish greeting which means, "a hundred thousand welcomes."

From an original carving by Tom Little; cast by hand at The Wild Goose Studio in Kinsale, County Cork, Ireland.

The Celts respect the significance of the welcome as a threshold or rite of passage. Among Celts there is a wide recognition of the significance of chance meetings and random events (synchronicities) with a renowned openness to new experiences, opportunities and people, which is characterized by the expansive and generous nature of this phrase, "cead mile failte."

Each friend represents a world in us, a world possibly not born until they arrive." ~Anais Nin
Ready to hang. 
On the back of each piece there is a label that explains it's origins and significance, so that you can understand the imagination that lies behind it.
3" H x 5 1/2" W x 1/2" D 
Made by hand, in Kinsale County Cork, Ireland.